If you’ve binged your way to the end of your watch list, never fear. New Korean dramas are coming to Netflix soon! Here are the shows that have been confirmed so far, and why they’re worth watching.

1. Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol

This must-see romantic comedy premieres on August 26, just in time to say goodbye to summer and hello to September.

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Go Ara (Reply 1994) stars as Goo Ra Ra, a spunky pianist who’s rich with talent but short on cash after an accident leaves her bankrupt. She plays opposite Lee Jae Wook (Extraordinary You), a free spirited part-timer, who meets Goo Ra Ra at a piano academy.

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Debt brought them together, but will love make them stay that way?

2. Record of Youth

From the writer of Doctors and the director of Memories of the Alhambra comes a down to earth K-Drama with an all-star cast.

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Park Bo Gum (Encounter) stars as a model who dreams of becoming an actor.

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His life becomes intertwined with that of Park So Dam (Parasite), a makeup artist, and Byeon Woo Seok (Search:WWW), as they try to make their way in the cutthroat fashion world.

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Record of Youth premieres on September 7.

3. The School Nurse Files

If you’re searching for something more magical, tune into Netflix on September 25 to catch the first episode of The School Nurse Files. 

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Jung Yu Mi (Train to Busan) plays a school nurse who can see supernatural creatures called Jellies. Using her gift, she teams up with teacher Nam Joo Hyuk (Bride of Habaek) to save their school from an attack.

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